All the extra bits of the Lady Goldiva story were embellishments of prudish churchmen in the 17th century.
You know the elements:
At noon on the appointed day, the streets were completely cleared of people;
Godiva’s freakishly long hair hid all the good parts anyway;
and a “Peeping Tom” looked out his window and was immediately blinded.
According to historians, these aspects of the classic story are all lies.